The passage devoted to Descartes opens the crucial chapter on “the great internment.” It thus opens the book itself, and its location at the beginning of the chapter is fairly unexpected. More than anywhere else, the question I have just asked seems to me unavoidable here. We are not told whether or not this passage of the ﬁrst Meditation, inter- preted by Foucault as a philosophical internment of madness, is destined
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